Claiming to be known for pulling all-nighters as queen of the dancefloor, The Fox’s Fifi Box is set to dust of her dancing shoes and revert to the good ol’ days to pull off the ultimate Big Night this Thursday June 9, and try to make in through the show the next morning…

Labelled the ‘smoke bomb queen’ by her Fox FM co-hosts Brendan Fevola and Nick Cody, Fifi has been challenged to pull all-nighter in the Gold Coast’s party hub Surfers Paradise, and Fifi, Fev & Nick have invited a plane load of Melbourne listeners to join the dancefloor alongside them!

Trying to stay awake and dance right through to the Breakfast show the next morning, Fifi is gearing up to go back to smoke machines, neon lights and jazz squares.

“I’m so excited to finally be going back out on the town having spent the last 10 years with babies and toddlers. I am very nervous as I have never been out with my friend Brendan Fevola!” Fifi said.

“I know he has had some big nights, but not sure he knows what my dancing feet are capable of!”

Co-host Brendan ‘Fev’ Fevola doesn’t know if Fifi is up to it.

“Fifi Box is going to be in a world of pain by 6am on Friday morning when the brekky show starts, that’s if she even makes it back to the studio!” he said.

Nick added: “Having already been out with Fev twice on both Superbowl Mondays, I know we can last the distance, after 10 years I’m not sure Fifi will be able to keep up...”

To see if Fifi’s dance moves make it through Boxy’s Big Night, listen to Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox with Fifi, Fev & Nick, or tune in via the LiSTNR app on Friday, June 10.

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